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Re: no license

On Thu, 2002-12-19 at 16:09, Andrew Lau wrote:
> On Thu, Dec 19, 2002 at 03:10:28PM +0100, Paolo Ariano wrote:
> > "ImageJ is open-source. You are free to do anything you want with
> > this source as long as I get credit for my work and you offer your
> > changes to me so I can possibly add them to the "official" version."
> That's way too vague and is no substitue for a license nor does it
> explicitly provide him with the protection of a copyright or warranty
> indeminity. You really should ask Wayne to license his work under the
> BSD license which sounds like what he intended. My IANAL $0.02.

IANAL, IANADD. Agree with you, Andrew - but not because it's vague (the
condition is stated relatively clearly), but because it's actually quite
restrictive; I doubt it's even DFSG-free: the requirement to pass *all*
changes to upstream is probably not acceptable.

-- vbi

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